In a press event in New Delhi today, the Nextbit Robin made its debut in India. The phone offers an interesting take on design and storage. Rather than offer large internal storage or a microSD slot, Nextbit favors the cloud instead. Apps you don't use frequently are offloaded to the cloud, and when you do want to use them, a tap restores everything just as if it were never gone.
The Nextbit Robin is a new phone, but the company behind the handset is well-versed in making stellar products, and the software that runs on them. And it does things a bit differently than everyone else out there.
Nextbit Robin Specifications
|Display||5.2-inch 1080 x 1920 IPS LCD|
|Processor||Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 hexa-core processor|
|Storage||32GB on device, 100GB cloud|
|Rear Camera||13MP phase detection autofocus, dual-tone flash|
|Fingerprint scanner||Side-mounted power button|
The Robin is available in two colors – Mint or Grey – exclusively on Flipkart starting May 30, priced at ₹19,999 ($297). Even if you are not a fan of the cloud, the Nextbit Robin is a great option on the table and a refreshing new take on Android smartphone. Check out our complete review of the Nextbit Robin.